Workshop 7: Expert report writing


This workshop is one of a series of  10 practical workshops designed and presented by the Faculty of SAMLA.  The Workshops have been accredited by UCT and CPD points are awarded for each workshop.

This course comprises 42 lectures on expert report writing. The lectures are presented by medico-legal experts from the law, medicine and allied professions. The topics include:

  • a judge's perspective on expert reports;
  • legal requirements of medico-legal reports;
  • generic fundamentals for all disciplines;
  • apportionment/thin skull cases;
  • lectures from specific branches of medicine and rehabilitation including orthopaedics, surgery, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, clinical psychology, neuropsychology, educational psychology, industrial psychology including a lecture on what the industrial psychologist requires from other disciplines; and a lecture from the HPCSA tribunal's perspective.

Please note that one cannot register or pay for this workshop on this website.    Azlyn Creative is the service provider that manages the administrative aspects of the SAMLA workshops. All registrations, payments, and access to the workshops is through  http://samla.co.za



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